- Working hard and enjoying every minute of it.
- using the asp.net lego blocks to create a synchronized Kanban board.
- Tip to become a successful software engineer.
- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
- Are your unit tests still hard to read ? – Should Assertion Library
- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
Category Archives: AutoMapper
In the last post, I posed the question on what to do with .NET framework upgrades and OSS support. I wanted to upgrade AutoMapper to .NET 4, but I didn’t want to leave a lot of folks behind because their … Continue reading
Today I pushed out the 1.1 release of AutoMapper. From the release notes: Features Adding support for Silverlight 3.0 Auto-implementing INotifyPropertyChanged Conditional member mapping Destination member prefixes, postfixes and naming transformers Enhancements Nullable destination types more obvious Late binding configuration … Continue reading
Along with the switch of VCS to git came the ability to have much improved workflows that simply weren’t possible in CVCS like TFS or SVN. The nice thing about Git over CVCS is that because of its power, I … Continue reading
After putting it through the paces, I’m ready to (finally) announce that the AutoMapper source code has moved to GitHub: http://github.com/jbogard/AutoMapper I wanted to wait to “officially” move until I had moved the build over, added new features and processed … Continue reading
I often need to send data from my entities to the client in JSON format to enable rich AJAX functionality. It isn’t practical to serialize the entities directly, so they are first flattened to a data transfer object (DTO) before … Continue reading
In between workshops here at the MVP Summit, I’ve been working on pushing out an early Alpha for an AutoMapper version built against Silverlight 3.0. Thanks to some existing patches from the community, it was pretty straightforward to get things … Continue reading
AutoMapper is now officially 1.0. You can go grab the latest binaries here: AutoMapper 1.0 RTW Here are the release notes: New Features Changing the null substitute method name and allow any type of null substitute Consolidating custom constructor configuration … Continue reading
As I move towards the 1.0 release of AutoMapper, I’m already running in to things I wish I had done differently. I still will probably fix all of these eventually, but none of these design issues should prevent a release, … Continue reading
On some of our projects we have been experimenting with smaller AutoMapper profiles. The idea is that it is easier to digest a smaller profile. We have gone so far as creating a profile for each Domain object and … Continue reading